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Album Review

After over a decade off and on, Lucy Kaplansky, one of the primary support singers and interpreters of New York's Greenwich Village scene, has released her debut album, The Tide. It contains three of her own songs and other classics from contemporary songwriters. Highlights are Tom Russell/Greg Trooper's "The Heart," Bill Morrissey's "Texas Blues," and Robin Batteau's "Guinevere." Kaplansky also makes classics her own, with Sting's "Secret Journey" and Richard Thompson's "When I Get to the Border." Produced by Shawn Colvin, this is a warm, relaxed-sounding set that allows Kaplansky's individuality and great singing to shine through. Kaplansky is a terrific interpreter blessed with a great voice which is quite unlike anyone else's. [This version of the release contains bonus material.]


Born: 02 February 1960 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s

When Lucy Kaplansky was 18 years old, she shocked her neighbors in the Hyde Park area near the University of Chicago when, instead of going to college, she went to New York City with her boyfriend to become a folksinger. Fifteen years later, having become a clinical psychologist as well as a sought-after duet and harmony singer, she made another surprising decision: she gave up her private practice and her position at a New York hospital to pursue a full-time singing career. Drawn to Greenwich...
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